APtravelnews-August 3rd,-Goose Holler Farm, TN.—Month to month nothing stays the same in the life of a trout and other game fish. In the spring there are emerging insects from winters grasp; waterborne insects come up from their hiding and growing places. There are flying insects that reproduce over water. As spring morphs into summer, terrestrials such as beetles, all manner of caterpillars, moths and butterflies, mosquitoes, grasshoppers, ants come onto the natural scene. Trout work midges, often smaller than the size of a pin head stuffing themselves, they slap at Mayflies, slurp any insect that flows or drops into their realm.
Along came Brian Runnels, Founder and President of PostFly! The idea is to constantly match the hatch for fly anglers who just do not have the time, or where-withal to know which flies match the hatch of the times they are going on vacation, or planning a local trip to the stream, river or lake.
PostFly folks send by subscription, a selection of flies, apparel & gear delivered monthly to keep the erstwhile angler up-to-date and ready to take on the challenge of the “spotted ones.” The Premium box sent out to subscribers contains fly powder, high and dry dope, a 2-pack of leaders and a selection of quality tied flies. Personally, what a great idea and entrepreneurial business. Solving problems by taking the guessing out of outfitting for that perfect vacation trip or weekly, weekend outing.
Go postflybox.com and ask Brian about the simple particulars by going: email@example.com or give a call at 888-310-3357